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NAFTA talks have hit a wall after Mexico, Canada resist US demands
The United States, Mexico and Canada failed to resolve any major differences in a fifth round of talks to rework the NAFTA trade deal, drawing a swift complaint from the Trump administration on Tuesday that the lack of progress could doom the process.
Iran’s UN envoy slams Canada’s double standards on human rights (video)
A senior Iranian diplomat has blasted Canada for proposing a “politically-motivated” UN resolution on the situation of human rights in Iran, while Ottawa, itself, has long been involved in a broad range of human rights abuses at home and elsewhere.
Iran slams Canada’s selective stances on human rights (Video)
Iran’s Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the UN Es’haq Al-e Habib lambasted Canada’s selective stance on human rights.
Molaei's 'Kupal' awarded Canada accolades
Iranian drama 'Kupal', written and directed by Kazem Molaei, won the best feature award and best actor award (Levon Haftvan) at the 12th Hamilton Film Festival in Canada from November 4 to 12.
Smoking kills 125 people a day in Canada
The Conference of Board of Canada said smoking is responsible for a ‘devastating health burden’ that highlights the need for the government to toughen its efforts to cut the use of tobacco.
Smoking costs 45,400 lives in Canada annually
There are more than 45,400 deaths in Canada attributable to smoking, and the habit cost the economy $16.2 billion in 2012, according a new study from the Conference Board of Canada.
Iran, Canada diplomats hold talks in Tehran: Qassemi
A delegation from Global Affairs Canada has traveled to Tehran and held talks with Iranian officials in the continuation of efforts to re-establish diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Canada urgently needs diversity in science, tech, engineering, math
Ana Sofia Barrows graduated with a degree in medical physics, and the 24-year-old works in the science field. Yet she's been told, on more than one occasion, that she doesn't look like a scientist.
Canada threatens to cancel arms deal with US in tariff dispute
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has warned that Ottawa may cancel a major arms deal with the United States following Washington’s imposition of heavy duties on Canadian aircraft exports to the US.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemns France, Canada terror attacks
Iranian Foreign Ministry's Spokesman Bahram Qasemi has slammed the recent terrorist attacks in France and Canada.
'Kupal' wins Brasov best film award
Iranian film 'Kupal', directed by Kazem Mollaie, won the award for Best Feature Film at the 6th Brasov International Film Festival in Canada.
Canadian business owners anxious over NAFTA renegotiations
Canadian business owners are hoping US negotiators in North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will be receptive to maintaining, if not improving, the current flow of goods and workers across the border.
Canada fires drive thousands more out of their homes
Thousands of people fled their homes in western Canada over the weekend as strong winds fanned forest fires that have ravaged British Columbia Province for more than a week.
Canada PM rejects Trump’s protectionist policy
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has warned US governors against weakening the longstanding North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which has been under scrutiny by the Trump administration.

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